Greet guests with this super trendy Succulent Hoop Wreath!
The newest trend to hit DIY is the hoop wreath. Seriously. You cannot search on Pinterest without seeing one. People are using large embroidery hoops like they use for hand quilting or a cheap hula hoop. And succulents are not going anywhere anytime soon. I combined the two to create this gorgeous Succulent Hoop Wreath!
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Make your own Succulent Hoop Wreath!
Small hula hoop (Dollar Tree, baby!)
Small Succulent Mat
Hot glue gun
I decided to wrap my hula hoop in rope to add some dimension to it!
Start by plucking the succulents off the mat. They come off pretty easy. You should not need floral cutters.
Set the succulents aside.
Next, hot glue the end of your rope to the hula hoop. Hold rope in place until it dries. Wrap the hula hoop with the rope.
Continue wrapping the rope around the hula hoop until you reach the end of the rope. Hot glue in place and continue with the next length of rope. You will use three of the ones I specified above. It will take roughly 37 feet of rope for a hula hoop of this size.
Once the hula hoop is completely wrapped, begin adding your succulents. You will hot glue them in place.
I used all of the succulents on the wreath. Strategically place them so they cover where the rope restarts.
To finish it, I added a simple navy and white striped wreath.
Isn’t it stunning?! I love how big it is because it fills the front door!
It’s so springy and neutral that you can use it all summer long! Of course, I will switch it up because I HAVE to make a new a wreath for 4th of July. (wink wink)
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